NBA Rumors: Knicks Set New Price For Cam Reddish; 2 Teams With Interest

We're just about at the one-year anniversary of the New York Knicks' acquisition of young forward Cam Reddish from the Atlanta Hawks. So how are things going now? Reddish hasn't received a single minute of game-time from Coach Tom Thibodeau in 18 consecutive games.

The former lottery pick is being openly shopped by the Knicks, and the new price to acquire him has reportedly been set. Per Michael Scotto of HoopsHype:

The Knicks are willing to part with Reddish for two second-round picks, league sources told HoopsHype. The Lakers, Bucks, and other teams have inquired about the asking price for Reddish, who was shooting a career-high 44.9 percent from the field before being benched. 

Scotto notes that "the Cam Reddish era appears to be nearing an end" and for all involved, especially the 23-year-old small forward, it can't come soon enough. 

After trading a first-round pick to acquire him last Jan. 13th, Thibodeau never quite took to giving Reddish much of a look, playing him only 15 games the rest of the year, at 14 minutes per game. He averaged 6.1 points, down nearly six points from his 11.9-point average with the Hawks. 

Things have taken an even uglier turn this season. After seeing time in the Knicks' first 20 games, at about 21 minutes per contest, Reddish hit the end of the bench and hasn't been seen again. He was averaging 8.4 points in the games he did play.

Whether the Milwaukee Bucks or Los Angeles Lakers be willing to surrender the two second-round picks asking price remains to be seen. Either way, all signs point to Reddish getting out of his 'Tibs nightmare' within the next four weeks.

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